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Originally Posted by krazyatom View Post
I have never used OCCT to check errors. So 0 errors means it's perfectly stable overclock?
Right, just run a 10-15 minute test with shader complexity 4 and see what happens. Sometimes people choose to ignore the OCCT errors and never crash in game anyways, but if you're getting thousands of errors it's something to think about.

Asus does disable OCP on these DCII cards, so they're going to be running full throttle on those cards, don't go for tests that are too long. I think I degraded my DCII when I ran hour long OCCT tests.
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